May 18, 2024

OFFTA in Montreal

Jo will be visiting Montreal to join artists Sonia Hughes, Marilou Craft, Alexandra ‘Spicey’ Landé. They've been in conversation, so far they've talked about not knowing, uncertainty & spaciousness Thanks to Chapter Arts Centre, Theatre Geneddlaethol, The Place (Newport) and OFFTA see the FULL programme
May 16, 2024

Summerhall, Edinburgh 2024

A BRIEF HISTORY OF DIFFERENCE

by Das Clarks and Jo Fong with Becky Davies

13 August 2024 - 25 August 2024

Time: 16:15 ( 60 mins )
Venue: Former Womens Locker Room
Genre: Theatre, New Writing
Age: 14 and above (14+)
Tickets  
May 8, 2024

2024 Touring

The Rest of Our Lives Brighton London Cardiff Pembroke Swansea Llandovery  
May 8, 2024

Cardiff Open Session – 28th June 2024

Jo will be leading a movement session at Chapter Arts Centre  in Cardiff hosted by Groundwork Collective  Also joining will be musician Frances Bolley. Friday 28th June 2024 10am - 11.30am  (studio open from 9.00am)  

For people with varying movement experience from beginners to experienced. 

photo Richard Bowers

May 8, 2024

Battersea Arts Centre, London

The Rest of Our Lives 12 performances 7 - 22nd June BSL  interpreted performances with Katie Fenwick 13th & 15th June Book Now the-rest-of-our-lives
March 4, 2024

A Brief History of Difference heads to Ageless Festival

LEEDS DAR and Jo will be heading to Ageless to present A Brief History Of Difference We can't wait 13th July 2024 SAVE THE DATE See Yorkshire Dance to BOOK A Das Clarks Production created with support from Chapter, Riverfront and Arts Council Wales  
March 4, 2024

Brighton and London

2024 TOUR

Hopefully hopeful – The Rest of Our Lives is a joyful dose of dance, theatre, circus and games. A cabaret of life and near death. Two middle-aged lives in an eclectic, spontaneous, predictable and random decline.

Jo is an old dancer, George an old clown. International artists with 100 years of life experience between them, armed with a soundtrack of floor-fillers, a book of raffle tickets and a sprinkling of eco-friendly optimism. Joyful, celebratory and hilarious. The struggle is real. It’s the beginning of the end. But we’re still here.  
‘Whatever your age, it will make you very happy indeed’  Lyn Gardner, Stagedoor ‘Fong and Orange have found a blueprint for happily living the rest of our lives’ ★★★★ The Guardian ‘Life is too short not to live like this’ ★★★★ The Scotsman  
May Brighton Festival, Caravan Assembly. BOOK June Battersea Arts Centre, London. BSL performances available. BOOK  
March 4, 2024

Cardiff – open session

Jo will be leading an open level movement session at Chapter as part of Groundwork Collective's weekly morning classes Join 10am - 11.30am Friday June 28th 2024 Go to the Groundwork Collective website for MORE INFORMATION   
March 1, 2024

Butterfly Soup 2024

Jo will return to Butterfly Soup to lead a session on the 15th April at Ardour Academy in Roath, Cardiff. Butterfly Soup is a weekly evening Creative Queer Meet-up. To find out more see the LINK
January 29, 2024

A Brief History of Difference

This February premier, performances in Newport and Cardiff, South Wales Then to Ageless Festival, Leeds 13th July at Yorkshire Dance